If certain regulations do not make you think twice before you consume alcohol heavily, maybe the fact that one too many drinks can increase the risk of cancer will. A recent study suggests that drinking more than a pint of beer every day substantially increases the risk of developing cancer.
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Oil industry registered a new drop in crude prices after Libyan rebels have regained control over chief oil towns in the east of the country, including Brega, the main oil-export terminal and the refinery at Ras Lanuf.
A poll conducted for BBC World Service reveals that, amidst these tribulations, China is emerging as an increasingly economic power. The ascension has taken place swiftly, becoming undeniably evident and, what is alarming for some financial leaders, hard to equal.
England will face Ireland in the RBS Six Nations Championship on Saturday, but the pressure might be higher on their opponents, according to manager Martin Johnson.
Inflation in the euro zone in January was still higher than the target proposed by the European Central Bank, but lower than initially predicted for the month. However, analysts expect it to increase even further in February due to the rise in oil prices caused by the political turmoil in Libya.
Fashion experts are expecting Chinese designers to lead the way at this year’s edition of the Milan Fashion Week, as China’s creativity is the latest trend. This tendency was prompted by the new wave of rich people in China, who generated a record year for sales at luxury goods makers such as LVMH, making designers like Ralph Lauren, Ermenegildo Zegna and Prada to look for inspiration in oriental designs in order to satisfy that demand.
Starting from Wednesday this week, Milan Fashion Week is expected to end the frenzy that London Fashion Week has created around the royal wedding which is to take place on the 29th of April and to bring a breeze of fresh trends addressing the average shopper.
Bundesbank President Axel Weber announced his resignation as head of the German central bank at a meeting with Angela Merkel and the finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble at the Chancellery in Berlin, citing “personal reasons” for his decision.
Despite already undergoing seven hours of major surgery, Renault’s driver Robert Kubica needs even further interventions on the injuries suffered in a rally crash in Italy on Sunday. The driver partially severed his right hand in the accident and sustained multiple fractures on his right arm and leg.
The Italian authorities are about to start an investigation on claims that the organized crime is controlling the distribution of Sicily’s famous Pachino tomatoes, an interesting move since tomato-growing is not usually associated with the mafia.